MBA: Human Resource Management

Be the Point of Contact for Personnel

Use your MBA Human Resources emphasis to oversee business policies with confidence and compassion.

Online MBA Human Resource Management Degree
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Quick Facts

Total Program Credits:
54 Credits

Transfer Credits:
Transfer in up to 50% of the program
*Prior learning and work experience may count toward program credit

Program Length:
6 quarters full time
18 months with year-round classes

Employment Rate:
82% for 2012 - 2013
*Employment rate is for the Master's degree programs in Business Administration/Health Fitness Management/Management

Salary Range:
Full-time $24,000 - $79,992

Build your leadership and organizational skills so you can move into positions managing a team and handling difficult personnel decisions. Be prepared for the range of personnel situations and issues that arise in the workplace. 

As industries continue to grow and expand, educated and skilled professionals will be needed to take leadership positions. An MBA with an emphasis in human resources will open management job opportunities.

Our MBA graduates will have the confidence to identify, assess and address workplace situations in an effective manner. Students in the Human Resource emphasis will focus on things like: legal issues in the workplace, employee insurance and benefits, and ethical considerations of business organizations.  

MBA human resources emphasis highlights: 

  • Recruiting and hiring employees
  • Handling position alignment within the organization
  • Overseeing compensation and budgeting
  • Creating strategic policies and plans for the organization

Students take emphasis classes, including:

  • Human Capital: Two-Sided Accountability
  • Politics of Leadership in a Global Economy
  • Case Studies in Human Resource Management
  • Legal Information Management 
If you would like more information about career opportunities in human resource management, the MBA degree program or Globe University, please request information or call 1-877-303-6060 to speak with a representative.

  • Fiscal Resources: Impact on Management

    This course is for the graduate student who does not have an accounting or finance background. It focuses on fundamental financial and accounting concepts. Studies in fiscal resource management emphasize the interpretation of financial statements and ways in which cost management influences various aspects of a business. Material is presented from a general manager’s perspective. Students investigate the development of financial plans and investment strategies, and how those processes influence management decisions.

    Management Control and Auditing

    In this course, students will study management auditing and control systems in business. Topics include the use of internal controls and management policies and measuring and evaluating performance. Students examine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance issues for business.

    Sales and Account Management

    Students will investigate strategies for planning and managing sales accounts. Topics include budgets, sales forecasts and account management of projects, individual assignments and sales and marketing departments within businesses. Examination will include management of sales and accounts for marketing firms.

    Human Capital: Two-Sided Accountability

    This course provides an in-depth examination of measurement of human capital based on a non-linear, integrated approach, accounting for elements that balance ROI metrics with qualitative assessment. Studies emphasize the alignment of employee performance with improved recruitment; training and development and retention practices; the relationship of human resources and organizational development and the balance of human capital investments and accountability.

    Quality Control: Systems and Accountability

    Students will analyze control systems for quality assurance throughout all operational phases within a range of industries. By examining project management concepts throughout the life cycle of an operation, students will prepare to design quality control solutions to reflect management accountability across all phases of a process. This will also explore the impact of intra- and inter-departmental collaboration.

  • Earning an MBA can open up opportunities for your future. Some potential job titles include:

    1. Business manager
    2. Marketing analyst
    3. Account manager
    4. Market researcher
    5. Sales manager
    6. Financial analyst
    7. HR manager